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  1. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    tomato sauce pringles??? I WANT!

  2. CheezyK

    I much prefer my Guarana to come with chocolate and caramel thank you very much!

    1. CheezyK

      Oh and on the subject of Pringles – where are they hiding all of the salt and vinegar?! If they can produce gacky flavours like tomato sauce surely the can still produce the edible ones …

  3. Lou

    What is with those CCs?!?! Yup, WRONG. My mind can’t seem to process that photo, it’s just too much wrongness. I don’t care that’s not a word. Who OK’d that proto-type?!? They must have been high (on the chips)

    Love the beans 🙂

  4. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Yesss Sweets from the Earth cookies (the company is based in Toronto, y’know) that make you speak like Yoda!

    I don’t recall encountering any foods as bizarre as Tomato Sauce Pringles recently (egh?), but I did try to make a green smoothie with romaine, which wasn’t particularly delicious.

  5. Caitlin@LiveLoveNYC

    omg those energy chips are one of the funniest (scariest) things i’ve ever seen!

    i recently tried chocolate zico coconut water. it is ammmazing. its like the chocolate milk i’ve always dreamed of. check it out 🙂

  6. Amy

    I confess, I really want to try those cinnamon hearts too! But I’m scared. I bought the waffle bites and they are……..blech. REALLY….well…BLECH! I’m going to have to get creative and make some kind of cereal bar with them (read-cover them in sugar and chocolate and peanut butter) in order to make them remotely edible so I just don’t know if I can part with another $5 or so for another box of something icky to decorate my pantry shelves.

  7. Lizzi

    Another tastes-diverging moment – i LOVE tomato sauce pringles!

  8. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Ooh those biscuits look so good right now.
    I’ve had the Back to Nature cereal- the ones that look like itty bitty cookies. Very good snack, definitely worth a shot!

  9. Gary

    Tomato sauce Pringles…I. Want.

  10. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Ooh, so many things to comment on!

    1. Those Back to Nature cereals are taunting me. I keep seeing their flavours and thinking “maybe *this* one will be good” and then reminding myself that I still have the spelt flakes with agave and the spelt flakes with cinnamon (oh yes, I did) in the cupboard – still and possibly forever – and I make myself walk on. But it is difficult!

    2. I’m glad Heidi withstood the wrath of Mr Mean Gluten man for you. I don’t really like muesli (bircher muesli is an exception) but soft and fresh sounds like a good thing.

    3. I love the Wayfaring Chocolate packet, and the look of those cookies.

    4. I don’t like the look of those pringles or CC chips!

  11. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I have a secret. I really love ketchup and tomato sauce. And to have these on Pringles? Heaven!

  12. Kath Lockett

    I’d eat the pringles and the chips.

    Why? Because my breakfast, as I type this, is leftover, slightly-hard gingerbread smeared with crunchy peanut butter and honey with a plate of fresh strawberries to follow.

  13. Johanna GGG

    what a happy and hilarious post – so loved that wayfaring chocolate package and so happy to avoid pringles with tomato sauce – tomato sauce is a weird flavour and makes people do weird things – small children want to smother everything in it and grown men think it is ok to just throw lots of it into their pasta and tell me that there wasn’t much pasta sauce in the first place so that is ok – (though at least man in question has outgrown thinking brown sauce on pasta is gourmet). And I will have a chocolate biscuit – nay, two – please!

    My questions today is why do cafes put creamy dairy in a minestrone and uncooked spring onion on pizza – hurrah for roasted chickpeas and cherry ripe lolly pops to get me through a day of disappointing eating out!

  14. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    I saw a billposter for those CCs and thought I was dreaming. Words fail.

    And awww what a cute package. Do kids even bother cutting out letters from magazines for the projects anymore?!

  15. veganlisa

    You should know that Canada is pretty famous for our ketchup and our dill pickle flavoured potato chips. When you come I will procure you a bag of each.

    Also, Sweets from the Earth rocks. Those cookies are at all the coffee shops here and their amazing vegan cheesecakes are in all the freezers at the grocery stores including a luscious chocolate one and one topped with blueberries.

    See you soon.

  16. Emma

    Excellent work Mike on finding so many letters from so many different fonts that are of approximately identical size!

    Excellent work beans on being snuggly and adorable!

    Excellent work Hannah on eating all kinds of iffy foods that I wood eat, were I out and about buying snacks from the store and/or items from machines. Trying sketchy foods is one of my favorite pastimes!

    The CCs chips are a head scratcher, and the Pringles chip looks awkwardly anthropomorphic. Love the pretty plate up top though:)

    1. Mike

      Thanks Emma! Had to cut my way through a dozen magazines. I was happy to put in the time and effort for a special young lady.

      1. Emma

        Thanks for responding. It’s highly unlikely that the cuddle beans will do the same! And wows, a dozen! I bet she’s even more special live – err, in person:)

        1. Mike

          She is!!!! And today (29 Feb) she can propose to any single man in the whole wide world!!!

  17. Anna Johnston

    Here I stand in a commercial kitchen reading your post out to my colleagues shaking my head in dismay… Q. How do you remain so thin? Q. If I eat all the goodies you eat, do I get slim and fantastic too? Q. Do you eat a lot of green beans? That’s the key isn’t it? Q. When are we going for beers?
    Sorry my darling I have been absent, I’ve been reading your blogs, just not commenting. You sound amazingly happy. Thinking of you bestie. Love love. Xx

  18. Libby

    I love Pringles and CCs like crazy but that tomato sauce one just sounds nasty (I’ll stick to my sour cream and chives, thanks!) and I would never buy that packet of CCs. Even my energy drink-loving boyfriend refuses to eat that stuff!

  19. hungryandfrozen

    I think it’s because I had a terrible night’s sleep last night but the sight of those two spooning beans made me come over all sniffly.

    Glad that guy’s horrible rampage resulted in some delicious delicious muesli!

  20. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    I love how you’re always trying new and unique products 🙂 The tomato pringles sound a bit weird and even though I admire how they’ve tried to make vegan ~

    I’ve been lucky ~ I haven’t had any bad food lately but I did have some really bad chocolate cheesecake last night >_<

  21. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    Those CCs are wrong in just so many ways.

    On the other hand now I really want a chocolate cookie.

  22. beti

    I won’t judge you about pringles, in fact I will tell you that when I was younger I used to eat them all by myself in a few minutes, I was a pringleholic

  23. Vien @ We Dare Food

    HAHA I saw those new Back to Nature cereals too!!! But no way I’m getting them after my horrible experience with waffle bitezzzzzzzzzzz.
    Tomato flavoured crisps/chips are actually very popular in Malaysia! 😀 I’d spend my bus ride home from school eating ‘Toki Toki’! They’re tiny round balls of corn meal chips with tomato flavouring! And my fingers would get red from the colouring! ahhh.. good time!
    The weirdest flavour I’ve ever tried was cucumber flavoured Pringles!!! No surprise- I got them from China.

  24. Catherine

    Pink aperitivi in the piazza at Padola in the Dolomites after Finley’s ski race.

    Then a plate of gorgeous gluggy barley soup with veggies. Plus red wine for drunken mummies.


  25. whisperinggums

    I don’t know why people can’t leave a good potato chip alone. I don’t think I’ve yet really tasted a flavoured one I like. Less is more folks!

    Oh, and what were those cookies (biscuits) I put in your lunchbox? I did that? That wasn’t very healthy mother-y of me was it!

  26. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    Hannah, I hate it when I look forward to trying something new and it tastes horrible. That reminds me of the first time I tried kale chips, the store bought kind. It was atrocious. I couldn’t get the horrid taste out of my mouth! Haha, that’s when I was inspired to make my own.

    Just the other day my friend told me about how she tried the Dante cocoa bar which is 98% cocoa and sweetened with stevia! Thought I’d pass it along to ya. I want to try this, especially since I’m on a sugar free kick right now.

  27. Christine

    Girl Scout Cookies. Nom.

  28. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    It’s funny, hey? People really do think ‘vegan’ = healthy foods. so not the case all the time, clearly. tomato sauce pringles! Yay for red hill muesli love! man that guy had issues… thanks for the link and wedding love, gorgeous 🙂 Oh, and those CCs are horrifying. I am horrified.
    Heidi xo

  29. Ricki

    What?! You mean you’ve been hanging on to those cookies ALL. THIS. TIME?!! My dear, you have a self control I could only dream about. . . hope they weren’t stale!! And your other goodies sound, respectively, delish, vomitorious, oh! so sweet, Oh! Even Sweeter!, grammatically exemplary, extra terretrial, and intriguing–what does Nuttelex taste like, anyway? 😉

  30. theresa

    This all looks like supremely appropriate food for stressful times. Double choc biscuits! Pringles that taste like a condiment! Muffins! Lovebeans!

  31. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Haha, I chuckled all the way through this post. 🙂

    I tried quinoa again recently. *shudder*

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